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post #191 of 889
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Hey, i have a request if anyone can do it, can you upload the nvidia inspector sli profile for bioshock infinite?
I have a weird issue that i can't use any drivers past 310.70 with sli enabled, so I'm stuck with them until they fix it, so i would like to have the sli profile to be able to play the game.

Thanks in advanced.

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sounds like you need to format. because the new drivers not only give you profiles, but make it playable.
post #192 of 889
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sounds like you need to format. because the new drivers not only give you profiles, but make it playable.

I get 30-40fps on 310.70 with one card, and it's the Nvidia drivers that cause this problem on windows 8 when using 580s =/
Supposed to be fixed on the next set of drivers next month =/.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/532247/geforce-drivers/crazy-issues-with-anything-newer-than-310-70-details-inside/
post #193 of 889
Fixed it guys
post #194 of 889
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Fixed it guys

So the achievements work now?
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post #195 of 889
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I get 30-40fps on 310.70 with one card, and it's the Nvidia drivers that cause this problem on windows 8 when using 580s =/
Supposed to be fixed on the next set of drivers next month =/.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/532247/geforce-drivers/crazy-issues-with-anything-newer-than-310-70-details-inside/

win 8 with sli 670 4gbs scs here and no issues. hmm.
post #196 of 889
Yep, it's strange, like they changed something in the coding that gives issues past 310.70 for some of us, back on topic installed latest drivers exported bioshock profile in nvidia inspector, went back to 310.70, applied it and went from 40fps average maxed to 65fps average on the benchmark utility, time to play xD.
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Yep, it's strange, like they changed something in the coding that gives issues past 310.70 for some of us, back on topic installed latest drivers exported bioshock profile in nvidia inspector, went back to 310.70, applied it and went from 40fps average maxed to 65fps average on the benchmark utility, time to play xD.
nice find...
post #198 of 889
I'm still getting framerate dips into the 20s. On top of that, the game is crashing every 15 or so minutes. NICE.
post #199 of 889
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I'm still getting framerate dips into the 20s. On top of that, the game is crashing every 15 or so minutes. NICE.

Might be helpful to mention what type of GPU you are running.
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After seeing the memory usage in this game with a large pool. I am going to grab a single GPU with a large amount of memory to go with my catleap.
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